This healthy and flavorful creamy chicken alfredo is an easy summer dinner the whole family will love! Plus, we have 40 other summer dinner ideas - summer salad recipes, chicken recipes, summer squash recipes, crockpot recipes, summer soup recipes and more.
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5 from 2 ratings
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4.50 from 10 ratings
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4.57 from 466 ratings
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A refreshing cocktail (or mocktail) is a staple of summer. Add some booze to any of these fresh summer beverages or keep them virgin. Whatever you choose, enjoy these summer drinks with any of the delicious dinner recipes in this roundup!
CBD Infused Watermelon Cucumber Mojito Mocktail
5 from 3 ratings
The sun is coming out, the days are getting longer. Why not make a mocktail to help you unwind – our CBD infused watermelon mojito mocktail!
Summer is calling, and this Paleo, dairy-free and refined sugar-free piña colada smoothie is just the thing to get you in the right mindset! It’s the perfect summer beverage, so kick your feet up and enjoy the vacation beverage vibes with this refreshing piña colada smoothie!
This healthy and flavorful creamy chicken alfredo is an easy summer dinner the whole family will love! Plus, we have 40 other summer dinner ideas – summer salad recipes, chicken recipes, summer squash recipes, crockpot recipes, summer soup recipes and more.
Make alfredo sauce by placing all of the sauce ingredients in a high powered blender. Blend until smooth and creamy and set aside.
Heat a large skillet over medium heat and add avocado oil and chicken to pan. Season with half the Italian seasoning, salt and pepper. Sear for 5-6 minutes undisturbed so a brown crust starts to form. Flip and season with the rest of the Italian seasoning, salt and pepper and cook for another 5-6 minutes, or until the chicken is fully cooked. Remove and set on a cutting board.
While the chicken is cooking, spiralize zucchini and set aside.
In the same pan, turn heat to low, add bone broth and deglaze the pan. Then, add in the alfredo sauce. Stir continuously to heat up. Prep everything to put it all together.
Cut chicken into strips or cubes. Serve with a bed of zucchini noodles (you can heat them up for 3-5 minutes over the stove first or serve as is), sliced chicken and drizzle sauce all over. Top with optional parsley for garnish. Enjoy!
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